Holistic Veterinarian Practice Series: #5. Ozone can Increase the Oxygen Levels in your Pet’s Cells

Ozone increases the oxygen level of your pet’s cells

It’s no secret that if we stop breathing for more than a few of minutes, we die. So too with our pet’s. Why?

Oxygen enables our cells to make energy. Without oxygen our cells can’t make energy, and without the energy generated from our cells we will die. Put as simply as possible: If our cells die, we die.

Ozone increases the amount of oxygen that is delivered to the cells by the Red Blood Cells in your pet’s and your body.

The primary function of red blood cells is to carry oxygen from the lungs to the body tissues and carbon dioxide as a waste product, away from the tissues and back to the lungs. Ozone makes this process more efficient.

In addition, ozone also makes the red blood cells more ‘squishy’ so that they can do a better job of fitting down long skinny blood vessels that supply your tissues and organs with blood and oxygen.

Dr. Sarah Kalivoda

Mountain View Animal Hospital & Holistic Pet Care

Reno, Nevada

775-853-6900

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